Lamar sports informationBEAUMONT — Junior Colton Weisbrod scored 20 points and pulled down 14 rebounds as Lamar (14-9, 6-4 Southland) never trailed against rival McNeese State on Saturday. The Cardinals jumped out to an early double-digit lead and never looked back recording a 77-57 victory over McNeese.The Cardinals raced out to a 16-2 lead knocking down five of their first 10 shots, and McNeese was never able to get the deficit down to single digits. While Big Red was busy torching the nets at one end of the floor, the Cowboys were struggling at the other end. LU held McNeese to a 1-for-9 (.111) start and the Cowboys finished the half just 7-of-29 (.241). Led by Weisbrod’s league-leading ninth double-double, the Cards held a 32-18 advantage in paint points. Weisbrod was joined in double-figures by sophomores Josh Nzeakor and Nick Garth. Nzeakor scored 12 points and pulled down seven rebounds, while Garth came off the bench to add 11 points. Junior Zjori Bosha chipped in nine points and grabbed five boards.The Cardinals defense held their guests to just one field goal in the first 8:18 of the contest, a drought that finally ended when Lance Potier hit a three-pointer to cut the deficit to 11 points. LU responded with a three-ball of its own – one of six first-half triples for the Cardinals – which sparked another LU run. The Red and White outscored McNeese 16-5 over the next 3:43 to take their first 20-pooint lead of the game.The Cards stayed on the attack pushing their lead to 26 points heading into the locker room, 44-18. LU held McNeese scoreless for the final 2:44 of the opening half.The Cowboys were held to less than 25 percent from the field in the opening half, and just a 2-of-11 (.182) from three-point range. LU went into the locker room shooting 50 percent from the field, and 6-of-11 (.545) from beyond the arc, after knocking down four of their first six threes. The Cardinals also dominated the boards in the opening half by 11, 24-13. The Cardinals cooled off slightly in the second half but still shot better than 40 percent for the game, 27-of-64 (.422), while McNeese was held to just 34 percent. The Cardinals also finished the night 9-of-21 (.429) from beyond the arc.LU dominated its opponent on the glass grabbing nearly every loose ball. LU pulled down 52 rebounds on the day and outrebounded their rivals by 25. The Cardinals dominance on the glass led to a 22-6 advantage in second chance points.“I’m very proud of this team today,” said LU head coach Tic Price. “It was clear that both teams wanted this win badly, but we got out to a quick start and rode that momentum to victory. I can’t say enough about our effort on the glass. Everyone was getting involved, and that is the type of effort we need to win games.” The Cardinals saw the lead climb to as many as 28 points early in the second half before McNeese tried to mount a run. The visitors from the other side of the border trimmed the deficit down to 17 points with just over 7 minutes remaining, but LU responded by pushing the lead back up over 20.“Our kids understood the significance of this game and taking care of your home floor,” said Price. “We also got a great boost from the crowd. I thought this was one of the most excited crowds of the season and we fed off of their energy.“Rivalry games are fun for the fans and players, but our focus was just get a win today no matter who the opponent was. That will be our focus now as we prepare for Sam Houston State. I’m happy for our guys today, but we now have to turn our attention to the next game,” added Price.The Cardinals return to action Thursday when they host league-leading Sam Houston State. The rematch against the Bearkats will tip off at 7:30 p.m. at the Montagne Center.
The Liberal Democrat’s leader in the House of Lords has been appointed as a minister in the Ministry of Justice. Lord McNally, who is also the Lib Dem spokesman on constitutional affairs, has been appointed a middle-ranking minister. The 67-year-old peer is a former Labour MP who led prime minister Jim Callaghan’s political unit in the 1970s. McNally is joined by Conservative MP Nick Herbert, who becomes policing minister, operating from both the MoJ and the Home Office. Herbert was shadow justice secretary from June 2007 to January 2009, when he became shadow secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs. Junior ministerial appointments at the MoJ are expected to be announced on Monday. Meanwhile, Edward Garnier QC, Conservative MP for Harborough in Leicestershire, has been appointed solicitor general.
FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享As we reported yesterday, a trailer home which was the site of a Halloween drug bust burned over the weekend; now the likely cause has been determined. The trailer was consumed in just 45 minutes last Saturday. Nelson said trailers burn more quickly than standard homes, but these types of fires are common… Nelson: “Just looking through the area, the only source of ignition and combustible material in the area was the straw and the heating lamp. So the most likely cause is going to be that heating lamp knocked into the straw. Don’t know, it could have been the chickens, or just the clip that gave way, not sure how that happened.” Nelson: “We’ve had a lot of these over the past couple years, heating lamps, especially with the chickens. Some of the things to think about when you’re dealing with that, people that have chickens, find a very secure way of keeping that lamp on there. We’ve seen the kind with the clips, like a pair of scissors, you squeeze them together and then you clamp them on there. Those tend to slip. They can get pulled off very easily. So if you can find a more secure way with screws and bolts, some way of keeping that lamp in one place and not being able to be knocked over. Also, if you can protect it from the animals being able to get to it and knock it over, whether it’s on the shelving system of up against a beam, some way that the animal can’t get to it and securely keep that lamp on there, and of course keep it away from combustible materials.” Brad Nelson told us the trailer, worth approximately $25,300, had two additions: one where people were living and a second that was housed chickens… No people or animals were injured in the blaze. For the original story, click here: Site of Heroin Bust Burns.
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